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Lixada Camping Stove Portable Folding Stainless Steel Stove Wood

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Lixada Camping Stove Portable Folding Stainless Steel Stove Wood

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Product Description

Why Choice Lixada?

Cooking in camping has never been a difficult thing, nor does it require heavy equipment. If you want to make the camp kitchen as simple as possible, then choose Lixada, as long as you have a mini foldable stove, a can of gas and some cooking utensils is enough. Lixada takes your outdoor experience to the next level. Everyone will enjoy healthy, freshly prepared food, soup, tea and coffee in just a few minutes. Or, if you want to hike to high-altitude mountains, the Lixada portable stove is absolutely essential for your package.

About us:

“Lixada” is a brand focusing on products assisting to the people who are fond of camping, fishing, running, cycling, swimming, snow skiing, and other outdoor activies etc. Organized by a young team, Lixada is committed to source premium quality products for you and keep improve the products as per your kind feedback. Our products are designed to help you enjoy sports with greater comfort, convenience, and style.

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HAVE YOUR FAVORITE CAMPING GAS STOVE AND NEVER LET THE DIFFICULT BEAT YOUR PASSION!

The Lixada stove lite is the perfect addition to any backpacker’s bag as a lightweight cooking stove for one to two people; and the best part? No fuel to carry! Your food shouldn’t depend on carrying or finding a place that sells gas when nature provides the perfect tinder and wood all year. Now you can minimize your pack weight and your footprint with this ultra-efficient stove.Wherever you set up your camp, no chemical emissions, no carbon footprint. Fold the stove flat and stuff it in a pocket or backpack to start a low-carbon travel.

Material: Stainless steel

Top diameter: 8cm / 3.1in

Bottom diameter: 9cm / 3.5in

Height: 11cm / 4.3in

Item weight: Approx. 157g / 5.5oz

Package size: Approx. 11 * 10 * 3cm / 4.3 * 3.9 * 1.2in

Package weight: Approx. 174g / 6.1oz

Note: Wood stove only, pots displayed in pictures are not included.

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Alcohol Gasifier Burner 6 Sides Stove Stove amp; Barbecue Grill Net Round Burning Stove BBQ Stoves
Material Stainless steel Stainless steel Stainless steel Stainless steel Stainless steel
Open size 13.3 * 7.7in 125 * 78mm / 4.9 * 3.1in 13.5 * 16cm / 5.3 * 6.3in 13.5*13.5*16.5/5.3*5.3*6.5in 19 * 15 * 18.5cm / 7.5 * 5.9 * 7.3in
Package Size 11.8 * 9.4 * 3.9in 15 * 14.5cm / 5.9 * 5.7in 13.5 * 7.3cm / 5.3 * 2.9in 14*7*7cm / 5.5*2.8*2.8in 21*17*4cm / 8.3*6.9*2.2in
Package Weight 940g / 2.07lb 258g / 9.1in Approx. 368g / 9.4oz 380g / 0.84lb 690g / 1.5lb
Package List Camping Stove amp; Alcohol Bottle amp; Mesh Bag Stove amp; Pouch Stove amp; Barbecue Grill Net Stove amp; Pouch Stove

Lixada Camping Stove Portable Folding Stainless Steel Stove Wood

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